Las Vegas gets March Madness boost thanks to higher capacities

Thousands of visitors have resumed an annual tradition, returning once again to sportsbooks around Las Vegas to make a few wagers and watch the opening rounds of the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament on the big screens.

In the newly passed $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act, lawmakers carved out $28. 6 billion to help eateries fried by the pandemic in the Restaurant Revitalization Fund.

No one might understand the fragility between life and death more than Celena DiLullo, president of Palm Mortuaries and Cemeteries in Las Vegas.
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